This book presents expert viewpoints on the diverse situations faced by practitioners in their daily practice when caring for patients with gynecologic cancers. The aim is to equip readers with all the knowledge required in order to implement appropriate case-by-case approaches in the real world, where circumstances frequently differ from the typical or straightforward scenarios depicted in textbooks and articles. The presented situations cover every possible diagnosis that can be seen in the field of gynecologic oncology, and address all stages of disease. The approaches that are described also reflect variations in interpretations by experts according to their place of practice, the available medical infrastructure, the insurance system, economic and cultural circumstances, and the prevailing medical philosophy. The message is essentially that “one size does not fit all”! The book will serve as a superb reference for novices less familiar with the field, but it will also be a valuable aid for more experienced practitioners and will even offer assistance in research planning.